Watch Dogs Legion New Creed Tomb of the Assassins puzzle is really a handful of puzzles that you have to solve in order to complete the “dungeon” and get your reward. While the puzzles are not overly difficult, there are a few potential pitfalls. This is especially true with the one where you have to find statues of three specific assassin’s among over a dozen. It can get a bit annoying. So, you help you out, here’s our New Creed Watch Dogs Legion – Tomb of the Assassins Puzzle guide.
Watch Dogs Legion The New Creed – Tomb of The Assassins Puzzle
The first step to solve the Tomb of the Assassins puzzle in Watch Dogs Legion New Creed mission is to match the symbols to open the door. Basically, there’s one statue of an eagle and an assassin with symbols below them. Go to the identical two statues near the door and move the symbols to match the ones behind you.
The next is the step is to do the same, just with the giant statues of Edward Kenway, Evie Frye, and Jacob Frye. The problem is that there are a ton of similar-looking statues that you’ll have to inspect to find the right three. To make things worse, you can only find some of them via drone to solve the Watch Dogs Legion The New Creed Tomb of The Assassins puzzle. So, to make things easier, here are the symbols you need to use:
- Evie Frye – the “I” symbol
- Edward (the one with the flintlock pistol and sword) – the symbol that looks like the number 8 with a curved line on the left
- Jacob (the one leaning on a walking stick) – the symbol that looks like a “y”
If you do it correctly, it’ll cause several platforms to come out of the nearby wall. Climb up and interact with the glowing door. Your next mission is to follow the trail of glowing, floating leaves. If you encounter what seems to be a dead end, look around carefully, the next one is nearby. Trust me. When you get them all, go ahead and collect your treasure. There’s a little something extra that happens at the end, but I’m not gonna spoil it.